- Llwybrau Cenedlaethol
- Llwybr Cleveland
- Llwybr Cotswold
- England Coast Path
- Llwybr Glyndŵr
- Llwybr Mur Hadrian
- Llwybr North Downs
- Llwybr Clawdd Offa
- Llwybr Peddars a Llwybr Arfordir Norfolk
- Llwybr Arfordir Sir Benfro
- Llwybr Ceffylau y Penwynion (Pennines)
- Llwybr y Penwynion (Pennines)
- Llwybr South Downs
- Llwybr Arfordir De-orllewin Lloegr
- Llwybr Thames
- Y Ridgeway
- Llwybr Yorkshire Wolds
Reaching the Cleveland Way National Trail by public transport is easy.
Bus and Rail
Rail services connect to York, Malton, Thirsk, Middlesbrough, Great Ayton, Whitby, Scarborough and Filey. In addition bus services can get you to the start at Helmsley from York, Malton or Scarborough.
For public transport information and journey planning visit the Traveline website.
Ferry and Plane
If arriving at Hull using North Sea Ferries you can catch a bus from King George Dock to the Paragon Interchange where you can pick up train, bus and coach services. Catch a train to Scarborough and then take the 128 bus from Scarborough to Helmsley.
On finishing the Trail you can catch either a bus or train directly from Filey back to Hull.
If you are arriving by plane to Leeds Bradford, Manchester or Newcastle airport it’s best to journey to York by train and then catch the daily bus through to Helmsley.
If you are coming by car there are car parks located at numerous points along the Trail. Many of these are shown on the map. There are charges for parking at some car parks. If you want to leave your car in a public place whilst spending several days walking on the Cleveland Way we recommend that you inform the local police of your intentions.
Tourist Information Centres can provide advice on public transport and on where to park your car.